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Top 5 Vietnamese restaurants in Atlanta

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Lovers of delicious Vietnamese cuisine from pho to bánh cuốn to bánh mì will have no trouble finding great places to eat in Atlanta. Check out the top five Vietnamese restaurants in Atlanta below.
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Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill

Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill in Buckhead features a mix of old and new world Vietnamese flavors and dishes with French inspiration, made using fresh and local ingredients. They have reinvented the classic sit-down Vietnamese vermicelli dish “bun” and the rising fast food trend of the Vietnamese sandwich “bánh mì” and adapted for the eco-friendly and health conscious consumer. Their menu consists of sandwiches, bowls, and rolls perfect for the working lunch and dinner crowd looking for a quick and healthy meal.

We Suki Suki

We Suki Siki, located in the East Atlanta Village and part of the Global Grub Collective, serves bowls of lemongrass-infused pho and delicious bánh mì from its tiny kitchen. They offer a variety of bánh mì, including grilled Chinese BBQ pork, classic pate and deli cuts, grilled lemongrass chicken, and grilled Asian eggplant or grilled local tofu perfect for vegetarian customers. For a complete experience, you can also try their chai milk tea, original Taiwanese milk tea, or Vietnamese coffee boba.

VN Pho

VN Pho in Morrow is a classic Vietnamese noodle house offering plenty of pho options. The restaurant has served the area since 2008. Pho is the star of their menu, with your choice of tender beef, flank, brisket, and more. But their extensive menu also features vermicelli, rice plates, bánh mì, hot pot, and special Vietnamese noodle soup like bun bo hue. There are also plenty of vegetarian dish options.
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Lee’s Bakery

Lee’s Bakery is a well-known and loved Vietnamese restaurant along Buford Highway. Since 2006, this restaurant has been serving Atlanta some of the best Vietnamese sandwiches and noodles, and they were even named a front runner for best bánh mì in America by the New York Times. In addition to bánh mì and pho, Lee’s Bakery also serves vermicelli noodle dishes and rice dishes.

Nam Phuong Restaurant

Nam Phuong Restaurant is another popular Buford Highway spot. At this Vietnamese restaurant, you will find big bowls of pho, large plates of shaking beef, classic rice and vermicelli dishes, and crispy wings packed with flavor. You can explore Vietnam through its authentic cuisine without ever leaving Atlanta, and be treated to unique dishes full of distinctive flavors and texture.

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